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    2019 spring bear--Anyone else in the drawing?

    The deadline for Oregon spring bear was yesterday. Anybody else now waiting for results? My dad, my uncle, and I are in for a Northeast hunt, and if I draw, I'll plan to take my 10-year-old in the Mentored Youth program. Spring bear is the most "social" of the hunts I look forward to every year, and this could be another fun trip.

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    im in and waiting too

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    I'm in, should draw!

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    Manitoba for me this yr.

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    I'm doing POW this spring. I'd like to try and do a spring bear trip about every other year. This will be my 4th trip and hopefully my first successful outing.

    Good luck in Oregon!

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    I'm at a loss and should know this, what is POW?

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    Naw, bears are pretty safe around me. I quit hunting them when they outlawed the hounds in 1992.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    I'm at a loss and should know this, what is POW?
    Prince of Wales Island in S.E. Alaska. Home to some really big black bear!

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    Building pts for blue mtns, it'll take me another couple years. If you are in good physical condition, spring bear in NE is the 2nd easiest hunt in Oregon (pronghorn #1). Have fun and watch for ticks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCH View Post
    I'm doing POW this spring. I'd like to try and do a spring bear trip about every other year. This will be my 4th trip and hopefully my first successful outing.
    Good luck in Oregon!
    I've got to keep tabs on this! Sweet.

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